What part of "You do not need to memorize this list" did you two miss? :-p
If this were JREF, Talk.origins, CvE, or other major debating boards... ironically we wouldn't really need the list. There are enough people in every topic on those boards who are capable of picking out such errors.
It isn't there to be held up as some sort of bible of debate. It is there because, several times now, we have seen arguments dance around the point while a debator hides behind one of these fallacies. This causes a lot of unneeded frustration when the debate could instead be ended much quicker.
This ends up with a great deal of frustration, because Elliquiy is not expected to be a debating community, no one here is expected to know, beforehand, that an appeal to tradition is something to be called out. It is not a rule violation to make a fallacy, it is a rule violation to have it pointed out to you and to keep dancing around it like it did not happen, because that is not civil.
I hope that made sense?